Rhinestone costumes, seasoned instruments and tear-stained lyric sheets are just some of the priceless artifacts you will find inside the world’s largest music museum. Be sure to visit Historic RCA Studio B, the subject of Nashville’s only studio tour. Finish by picking up some music, books, apparel, and more in the Museum Store.
Hatch Show Print is located inside the Hall of Fame.
One of America’s oldest surviving show poster printers, Hatch Show Print was founded in 1879 by two brothers. One of the founder’s sons, Will T. Hatch, took over the business in 1920 and transformed the simple posters into an art form. Hatch Show Print supplied promotional handbills and posters for performers and public events throughout the Southeast, including minstrel shows, vaudeville acts, and circuses. In 1938, the shop was given the official Grand Ole Opry account. Formerly located in an 1880s commercial building on Broadway, Hatch is managed by the Country Music Foundation as a museum and print shop.